MNN. March 12, 2014. Quebec Premier Pauline Marois promises a separate Quebec without borders and tolls. Pauline promotes Quebec tourism. Quebecor owner/billionaire, Pierre Karl Peladeau, has thrown his hat into the separatist ring. Like all Canadians that went through the brainwashing education system, he believes that the one with the most money makes the rules.
Their main interest is in our land and resources. Pauline wants a majority government to be elected on April 7. MNN. “Who owes who?”
Only the Onkwehonweh are sovereign. Onowaregeh is our mother. Quebec cannot have our land and can’t be sovereign according to international law. They are a remnant of the French colonial misadventure. Unless they stand with us according to Guswetha, we are left to deal with them as per the Kaianerekowa. Acts passed by the government of Quebec are merely corporate by-laws. We are sovereign. They will never be sovereign! Quebec gets its pseudo authority from the Queen of England.
The ancestors of the Quebecois made a commitment on June 25, 1701, on the isle of Montreal to live in peace through the provisions of the Guswentha. Her posturing tactic will break this ancient agreement between all of the Ongwehonwe on Great Turtle Island and all the French-speaking immigrants here now. She and her officers and directors of the corporate government are accountable.
She laughs that she wants a European Union here, another violation of the law of the land.
When Jacques Cartier arrived in Quebec City in 1534, he kidnapped native boys who never returned. Today we await the return of these children and an investigation of those missing and murdered children of today. Samuel de Champlain was sent here to create the “divide and conquer” agenda. Upon first seeing the Mohawks, he opened fire at Saratoga on Lake Champlain in 1609, killing all three chiefs.
The French allied with the Americans. The British made illegal agreements in Paris to give free reign to the invaders to escalate the colonial land grab. Quebecers and Canadians proudly brag about the Revolutionary War grab of our land. This crime is part of their identity and history.
We gave them the right to speak their language, practice their culture, have their own local government and the right to live on the land. We helped them survive. They have no right to steer our vessel or to impose any of their ways on us.
As Alanis Morrissette advises about life in general, “It won’t be as you think it is, Pauline,/it’s like rain/on your wedding day/it’s a free ride/when you’ve already paid/it’s the good advise that you just didn’t take/and isn’t it ironic, don’t you think? Alanis Morissette. “Ironic”.
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